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park. anybody who is a bruce springsteen fan knows about it. ed johnson is the mayor there. how are things looking at 4:46 a.m.? >> we have some severe damage here in asbury park. i'm in the middle of touring the city with a police officer and we have large trees down. there's power out around the city. power lines down. there's been severe damage to our boardwalk and oceanfront area. it's really a devastating scene. >> give us a sense of what you're seeing. can you give us some descriptions? >> well, i'm actually sitting here on third avenue right now. there is a huge tree across the street which is blocking the entire -- our entire way. there are several of our largest trees around the city that have come down. there are lines down. there are light poles that have snapped into two and bent. it is really something i have never seen before. >> we've been talking all through the night and into the early morning hours with mayors and members of congress and all of them, of course, preparing for the worst and that's what most of them got. as bad or worse than their worst expectatio
asbury park the home of rock 'n' roll and bruce springsteen but this is different rock 'n' roll happening here as sandy makes its way onshore to the south of here. right now this is the latest on sandy. 260 miles south/southeast of cape hatteras, north carolina. it's 395 miles east of new york city. 75-mile-per-hour winds, northeast moving at 13 miles per hour. tropical force winds extend out 520 miles from the center of the storm, and that's going to be the big problem. as this system comes onshore it is certainly going to leave its mark. officials up and down the east coast are warning residents to take sandy very seriously. >> folks, this could be bad, really bad. it could impact us in several ways and for a long period of time. >> reporter: high winds and torrential rain could mean power outages for days. residents of coastal new jersey are bracing for the worst. >> the worst part is going to be the blooding. >> reporter: crews are busy pushing sand and using it to fill bags in hopes it will provide a barricade. homeowners along the coast are also preparing. >> don't want to take a ch
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